USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler will take on Texas’ Anna Elendt in the women’s 100 breaststroke on the third day of the 2023 Texas Invitational in Austin.
Kelly Pash comes into the first full night of finals in Austin as the top seed in the women’s 200 IM, having dropped an impressive 1:55.05 morning swim.
Georgia’s Dune Coetzee sits atop the NCAA 500 free rankings, an event which has suddenly been reenergized after a stagnant few years at the collegiate level.
Luke Hobson, the defending NCAA champion, will take on freshmen stars Krzysztof Chmielewski and Rex Maurer in the 500 free on Thursday in Austin.
Wisconsin hosted Michigan and Arizona for a double dual last weekend at the Soderholm Family Aquatic Center.
It was nearly unanimous among the nine writers contributing to this report that the Virginia women will again sweep the relays at the NCAA Championships.
Abby Carlson, Abdelrahman Elaraby, Tommy Janton, and Domink Mark-Torok were few of the standout performers at the Wisconsin-Notre Dame dual meet.
The fastest 50 freestyler in the class, Hailey Tierney headlines a very solid group of freshmen joining the Wisconsin Badgers this season.
Emma Weyant will compete for the first time on the third day of action at the U.S. Pro Championships in Irvine as the top seed in the women’s 400 IM.
Day 2 of the 2023 U.S. Pro Championships will features finals in the 400 free, 200 IM and 50 free, as well as the 400 medley relay.
All eyes will be on Simone Manuel on the first full day of competition at the U.S. Pro Championships in Irvine.
The first night of the meet was short, featuring only the men’s and women’s 800 freestyles, as well as the men’s and women’s 800 freestyle relays.
Nelson was third in the 200 IM at 2022 International Team Trials and improved upon her season best this weekend after swimming five events on the day.
Gretchen Walsh, Kate Douglass and Alex Walsh are the top scorers in their respective classes through the 2023 NCAAs—no wonder UVA is so dominant.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships, won dominantly by the Virginia Cavaliers.